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March 4-6, 2011
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Est. / Act.DiffMovie Title (click to view)StudioStudio Est. / ActualDiff% DiffTheatersEst. TotalActualWk
- 49 - HappyThankYouMorePlease Anchor Bay Films $30,000 $35,063 $+5,063 +16.9% 2 $30,000 $35,063 1
5 5 - Gnomeo and Juliet Buena Vista $6,912,000 $7,240,315 $+328,315 +4.7% 2,984 $83,694,000 $84,022,325 4
9 9 - I Am Number Four Buena Vista $5,702,000 $5,750,190 $+48,190 +0.8% 2,903 $46,440,000 $46,488,606 3
3 3 - Beastly CBS Films $10,115,000 $9,851,102 $-263,898 -2.6% 1,952 $10,115,000 $9,851,102 1
- 25 - The Eagle Focus Features $252,000 $265,380 $+13,380 +5.3% 327 $19,133,000 $19,143,422 4
12 12 - Big Mommas: Like Father, Like Son Fox $3,300,000 $3,281,157 $-18,843 -0.6% 1,642 $33,270,000 $33,250,835 3
15 15 - Black Swan Fox Searchlight $1,000,000 $1,012,346 $+12,346 +1.2% 681 $105,107,000 $105,118,886 14
17 17 - Cedar Rapids Fox Searchlight $815,000 $821,124 $+6,124 +0.8% 235 $3,385,000 $3,391,035 4
- 69 - Heartbeats IFC $7,000 $7,901 $+901 +12.9% 2 $17,000 $18,658 2
- 52 - Rabbit Hole Lionsgate $27,500 $28,738 $+1,238 +4.5% 55 $2,119,000 $2,119,973 12
- 59 - From Prada to Nada Lionsgate $15,000 $15,800 $+800 +5.3% 35 $2,938,000 $2,939,128 6
- 46 - The Last Lions National Geographic Entertainment $56,200 $59,589 $+3,389 +6.0% 14 $181,000 $184,560 3
- 50 - I Am Paladin $32,900 $31,904 $-996 -3.0% 5 $71,300 $70,196 3
1 1 - Rango Paramount $38,000,000 $38,079,323 $+79,323 +0.2% 3,917 $38,000,000 $38,079,323 1
10 10 - Justin Bieber: Never Say Never Paramount $4,325,000 $4,277,128 $-47,872 -1.1% 2,254 $68,876,000 $68,828,539 4
14 14 - The Fighter Paramount $1,100,000 $1,118,397 $+18,397 +1.7% 575 $92,019,000 $92,037,546 13
16 16 - True Grit Paramount $950,000 $975,388 $+25,388 +2.7% 725 $168,656,000 $168,681,088 11
21 21 - No Strings Attached Paramount $365,000 $370,321 $+5,321 +1.5% 425 $69,654,000 $69,659,794 7
11 11 - Take Me Home Tonight Relativity $3,500,000 $3,464,679 $-35,321 -1.0% 2,003 $3,500,000 $3,464,679 1
23 24 +1 Biutiful Roadside Attractions $285,000 $278,280 $-6,720 -2.4% 146 $4,244,000 $4,237,777 6
19 20 +1 The Grace Card Samuel Goldwyn $530,000 $464,774 $-65,226 -12.3% 352 $1,760,000 $1,697,615 2
8 7 -1 Just Go With It Sony / Columbia $6,500,000 $6,431,246 $-68,754 -1.1% 2,920 $88,200,000 $88,131,316 4
- 28 - The Green Hornet Sony / Columbia $215,000 $217,521 $+2,521 +1.2% 269 $97,035,000 $97,037,591 8
18 19 +1 The Roommate Sony / Screen Gems $600,000 $585,489 $-14,511 -2.4% 606 $36,860,000 $36,845,772 5
20 22 +2 Barney's Version (U.S. only) Sony Classics $432,000 $319,150 $-112,850 -26.1% 185 $6,027,000 $3,195,684 8
22 23 +1 Of Gods and Men Sony Classics $288,000 $279,011 $-8,989 -3.1% 42 $815,000 $818,246 2
- 40 - Another Year Sony Classics $92,600 $85,335 $-7,265 -7.8% 66 $2,908,000 $2,901,263 10
- 41 - The Illusionist (2010) Sony Classics $78,300 $80,212 $+1,912 +2.4% 76 $1,866,000 $1,867,838 11
- 42 - Inside Job Sony Classics $65,200 $68,431 $+3,231 +5.0% 42 $4,118,000 $4,121,153 22
13 13 - Drive Angry Summit Entertainment $2,170,000 $2,225,659 $+55,659 +2.6% 2,290 $9,048,000 $9,103,951 2
2 2 - The Adjustment Bureau Universal $20,945,000 $21,157,730 $+212,730 +1.0% 2,840 $20,945,000 $21,157,730 1
- 30 - Little Fockers Universal $175,000 $177,905 $+2,905 +1.7% 221 $148,216,000 $148,219,535 11
6 6 - Unknown Warner Bros. $6,620,000 $6,520,232 $-99,768 -1.5% 2,913 $53,129,000 $53,029,496 3
4 4 - Hall Pass Warner Bros. (New Line) $9,015,000 $8,861,053 $-153,947 -1.7% 2,950 $27,001,000 $26,846,808 2
7 8 +1 The King's Speech Weinstein Company $6,501,000 $6,230,227 $-270,773 -4.2% 2,240 $123,817,000 $123,546,104 15
- 37 - Blue Valentine Weinstein Company $90,600 $95,826 $+5,226 +5.8% 96 $9,403,000 $9,408,652 10
- 38 - The Company Men Weinstein Company $88,100 $94,750 $+6,650 +7.5% 112 $4,051,000 $4,057,439 7
TOTALS:$131,195,400$130,858,676$-336,724-0.3%39,102 
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* Production Budget in millions. On average, studios earn around 55 percent of the final gross.

Note: Studio Estimates are the estimated weekend grosses that each distributor makes for its own movies on Sunday mornings—based on grosses for Friday and Saturday plus a projection for Sunday. This chart view shows how accurate the studios were.



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